DEATH OF THE " MORMON."—The Mormon, of this City, died with this week's number. The valedictory of the editor assigns no reason for the discontinuance of the paper, but intimates that Mr. APPLEBY, who has conducted it since the de-parture of President TAYLOR for Utah, will devote himself until Spring to the furtherance of the in-terests of the faithful in the Atlantic States. There is no news from Utah in this issue later than that already published in the TIMES. The edi-tor, however, takes up the cudgels in defence of the sect from the attacks of the Press, and in the course of the article on this subject there is a spicy bit, which savors of the tone employed by BRIGHAM YOUNG himselfi n his discourses to the Saints at headquarters. The Mormon says .
"We feel like endeavoring to take our own part in any way our enemies can assail us. We will trust in the Lord, and abide our time, live or die. The Mormons are not easily scared, but bold. The eter-nal truth from heaven which they are in possession of, makes them bold. They know Mormonism is true, and is bound to go ahead and prosper—so howl and yelp on you poor miserable ours. But we calcu-late that whenever we, our principles, or friends, are attacked, to defend our rights and theirs also. The "ultimate fate of Mormonism" will be its extension over the whole earth.
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